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COVID-19 Vaccination

Transportation Programs Providing Rides to Vaccination Sites:

The table below provides a list of programs providing transportation or connecting older adults and people with disabilities to vaccination sites.

This table will be updated as we receive more information on programs providing these services.




Administration for Community Living
> Disability Information and Assistance Line (DIAL)
> Vaccination Resources

> Partnership with CDC to Increase Access to COVID-19 Vaccines

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
> How to Arrange Transportation to a COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment for People Who Need Help Accessing Vaccination Services
Transit Workers Vaccine Confidence Toolkit
> Vaccinating Homebound Persons With COVID-19 Vaccine
> Guidance for Vaccinating Older Adults and People with Disabilities: Ensuring Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Access
> COVID-19 Vaccine: Helps protect you from getting COVID-19
> Essential Workers COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit
> Vaccine Considerations for People with Disabilities

Federal Transit Administration

> Increasing Vaccine Confidence Among Transit Workers Webinar
> How to Build Transit Workers’ Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccines
HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response 
> Promising Practices for Reaching At-Risk Individuals for COVID-19 Vaccination and Information
Center for Public Representation
> COVID-19 Vaccine & The Disability Community Webinar
American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD)
Creating an Accessible Vaccine Experience for People with Disabilities and Older Adults
Age Friendly Arizona
Rides That Save Lives Toolkit



How to Get Your Homebound Parent a COVID-19 Vaccine (Jan. 14, 2021, Next Avenue)
Without a Ride, Many in Need Have No Shot at COVID-19 Vaccine (Feb. 1, 2021, Stateline)
N.C. announces $2.5 million in funding for transportation to vaccination sites (Feb. 3, 2021, The Daily Tar Heel)
Uber will offer free rides to Walgreens to expand Covid vaccine access in underserved communities (Feb. 9, 2021, CNBC)
Vax Transit: Getting the COVID-19 vaccine shouldn’t require a car (Feb. 12, 2021, MassTransit)      
If You Can’t Get To Your Vaccine Appointment, These Cities Will Drive You (Feb. 17, 2021, Next City)

ODOT helps fund transit rides to vaccination clinics (March 15, 2021, MassTransit)

VaxTransit: 450+ Agencies in 41 States Provide Free Rides for Vaccines (March 29, 2021, MassTransit)

Need a COVID-19 Vaccine? Visit Your Local Transit Center (April 12, 2021, The Pew Charitable Trust)